Snacking Eating Habits - Motivations and Attitudes - Canada - September 2016
Snacking Eating Habits - Motivations and Attitudes - Canada - September 2016

Snacking is truly the fourth meal of the day for Canadians with its popularity extending to both in and out of home. Snacking is an adaptable occasion, and as such so must be manufacturers, retailers and foodservice operators to compete in the space. While health in snacking is important for many Canadians, it cannot be whittled down to only that area. Consumers also see snacking to enhance experiences, be a ...

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The Where, When and What of Snacking
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Snacking by Population Segment

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